Leading Innovation in Schools

Technology can play a powerful role in expanding the possibilities of learning environments, but technology alone does not change schools. Leadership plays an essential role in ensuring that new technologies are paired with innovative and effective pedagogical practices. We will outline key characteristics of successful technology leadership and discuss frameworks and models that help create and sustain a culture of innovation. In all, participants will leave the program with a greater comprehension of leadership around emerging technologies, a deeper understanding of effective technology integration, and an action plan for leading change in their school.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is for leaders of learning – principals, superintendents, IT directors, and academic leaders – to help develop a vision for how technology and pedagogy investments will improve student learning.

Workshop Location, Dates, and Instructors:

Boston

July 21

with Justin Reich

Device/ App Requirements:

Participants should bring a laptop, tablet or Chromebook with up-to-date operating system and browser.

App Requirements:

As new apps and updates are continuously changing, a complete list will be published here and emailed to participants closer to the workshop.

Graduate Credit:

Framingham State Unversity offers 1 graduate credit for this course. You must attend all workshop hours and complete a final assignment. Cost is $75 per credit and registration forms will be emailed to participants upon registration and available on the first day of class.

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